Over the last 2-3 years, I have been listening to various podcasts, most, if not all Linux related… I have probably tried every single one that even mentions Linux, but in the end stopped listening to most, only a few remain…
This will be an addition to my previous post: Lenovo y50-70 Hackintosh, where I explained how to put OS X on this laptop.
Recently I wanted to play around with Linux a bit more, get to know the desktop better (and I was just bored again), so I wanted to see how to do triple boot. I didn’t find many guides online saying how to do it, and even if I found something it was irrelevant to me because I used Clover as a bootloader (cuz Hackintosh) and not Windows/Grub.
Setting up a mail server can be tricky and there are way too many places where you can make a stupid mistake that will end up in you not receiving email, no one wants that. Here is a quote from @Kernellinux from The Linux Action Show‘s latest episode:
If you’ve ever run your own email server, that is enough experience for you to know that you’ll never want to run your own email server, and if you think you want to run your own email server it’s because you’ve never run your own email server.
Many of you might have noticed that you are being redirected to a new domain – damir.tech. I think its a bit better than the last one, the domain itself now both describes both me and what I do.
But I didn’t just want to change my domain name, I also wanted to change my server/droplet (I use DigitalOcean), because the one I had my website running on has been destroyed with my constant tinkering. It worked, but it wasn’t happy, it was crying in pain 🙁
There are lots of online learning platforms out there, but there a few popular ones – udemy, coursera and treehouse. I have used them all to a greater extent.
I have left out codeschool and linuxacademy (I will be doing a review of Linux Academy as soon as I complete my first Official LPIC exam) because they don’t fall in the same category.
So, you got yourself a Lenovo y50-70 and you are wondering which distribution of Linux to use? Hopefully, you will find an answer in here. I wrote this having in mind that you already did you research and understand most of the terminology used.
Welcome to my blog. My first post has to be Hello World (because of programming rules)